aacraid errors and questions

Jeff Potter jpotter-dell at codepuppy.com
Wed Jun 25 13:39:01 CDT 2003


Hi,

Using a perc3/di on a dual 2.0ghz 2650 running redhat 7.3 / kernel 
2.4.18-27.7.xsmp:

Do the following errors (below) mean that disk at slot 2 is near death? 
Googling the errors yields pages and pages of diagnostic codes, but 
nothing helpful. Grown defects on the drive is 3; it was at 2 when I 
last checked 6/06 and 5/15. Disk 2 and 3 are mirroring.

As a side question, when does one need a split backplane? Would *not* 
having one while running 2 different sets of mirrors (disk0+1 as one; 
disk 2+3 as second) cause rare (twice a week) I/O hiccups of 4 seconds 
while doing an 'ls'? (hiccups have been seen on volumes that are based 
on disk0+1 and also disk2+3; disks 0 and 1 have 0 grown defects and 
don't seem to throw any errors).

many thanks!
Jeff


         EXT3 FS 2.4-0.9.18, 14 May 2002 on sd(8,33), internal journal
         aacraid:ID(0:02:0); Error Event [command:0x28]
         aacraid:ID(0:02:0); Recovered Error [k:0x1,c:0x17,q:0x5]
         aacraid:ID(0:02:0); Recovered Data Using Previous Sector ID
         EXT3 FS 2.4-0.9.18, 14 May 2002 on sd(8,33), internal journal
         aacraid:ID(0:02:0); Error Event [command:0x28]
         aacraid:ID(0:02:0); Recovered Error [k:0x1,c:0x17,q:0x7]
         aacraid:ID(0:02:0); Recovered Data Without ECC - Recommend 
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